Even with a baking stone, a conventional oven is no match for a professional oven when it comes to making pizza. At home, or rather in your backyard, the barby is the way to go. You need a barbecue with a lid to make this. Use your favorite toppings, but keep in mind not to overload the pizza.
Had a ball doing this with my kids, they thought that brought pizza was the best thing in the world, but now when i suggest that we get pizza for tea there are howls of protest, and a rush to check the fridge for ingrediants, so a few not so have usual pizzas have been made but all of them were demolished real quick so 6 thumbs up....... - 16 Jan 2011
Love this recipe! - 04 Oct 2010
I had heard of grilled pizza but was afraid to try it. It's quite a production, that after 4 times in 4 weeks, we've got down to a science. The first time he made it he burnt most of the crusts. It definitely helps to have two people working together. I didn't make the crust. I used frozen dough balls from Sams Club thawed, cut in half, and rolled out thin to fit the grill shape. 2 dough balls will give you 4 nice sized pizzas. I also precooked the toppings because you can't let it on long enough to cook them. I use finely shredded cheese because it melts faster. Ragu pizza sauce tastes great. He sprays the grill with a little pam before putting crust on. Husband said we'll never go back to baking them in the oven, even during the winter. You've got to try this one! - 19 Aug 2005 (Review from Allrecipes USA and Canada)